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Senator Grassley visits South Winneshiek

Senator Chuck Grassley visited South Winneshiek High School today as part of his ’99 Counties’ tour of Iowa. He took questions from Mr. Wenthold’s Government class as well as others from the audience.

IHSMA Solo/Ensemble Festival 🎼

On Saturday, April 2nd, the SW band sent 19 events to the IHSMA Solo/Ensemble Festival in Waukon.  All students participated on a voluntary basis for this festival.  Of our 19 events, we had 8 Division I ratings.  This is the most Division I ratings we have received at this festival in at least the last 13 … [Read More]

South Winneshiek Regulation Room

South Winn Elementary/Middle school students have had the benefit of a new support this school year. Back in August, staff introduced the Regulation Room–a space designed for students to get themselves back on track and ready to learn following moments of dysregulation. For details and a virtual tour, please check out the following link: SW … [Read More]

National Honor Society Induction 2022

Congratulations to these students who were inducted into the South Winneshiek National Honor Society on Tuesday, March 23. National Honor Society Inductees 2022

“The Greek Mythology Olympiaganza” Middle School Play

This years middle school play is called “The Greek Mythology Olympiaganza” by Don Zolidis. Performances are Friday and Saturday at 7pm and Sunday at 2pm. Doors open 20 minutes before curtain time and tickets are available at the door.

Parade of Champions – 3/4/2022

The South Winneshiek girls cross country team will be introduced at the Parade of Champions to take place during the 5A Girls State Championship Basketball Game scheduled for 6 p.m. Parade of Champions is approximately at 6:30. #southwinncsd #WarriorPride Iowa PBS Link

Almost, Maine extended to Sunday 😁

‼️ 👀Almost, Maine has been extended to Sunday🙏👏. You still have 3 chances to support our students 🎭 Welcome to Almost, Maine, a place that’s so far north, it’s almost not in the United States. It’s almost in Canada. And it’s not quite a town, because its residents never got around to getting organized. So, … [Read More]